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DOR leave Naboo

April 18, 2012

Reporters of Galactic News visited the Disciples of Ragnos in Lake City, Naboo. Afterward they collected the witnesses after their attack in Theed.

Darth Sae'hal II and Darth Decessus

The Disciples of Ragnos (DoR) left Naboo causing damages to the planet. They were here formerly in Lake City after having restored the throne of the hereditary queen Razia, also know as Wanda, which had to live in hiding while a Galactic Empire faction occupied Naboo’s soil. Few time after, came the Queen Adala in Theed claiming Naboo was a republic planet. She refused the diplomatic way and gathered allies from all of the Galaxy to “liberate” the planet from the Sith

Queen Razia

Each side already claimed their Queen were the target of attack from the other side. Lately the Lake City faction protested against an unprovoked attack led by Theed’s governor along with troopers from the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) and Jedi from Dantooine (DJE). Although they said the attackers were “quickly removed,” the DoR increased the security levels and started to monitor the movements in their controlled area.

The Disciples of Ragnos and the Queen Razia were apparently wanting to stay, even talking about culture and prosperity for their citizens. However, they left.

Lake Country area was devastated and they ran a surprise attack against Theed. After an orbital bombardment, which according to the witnesses caused minor damages, they landed their ground troops and repealed the defenders. They took control of the city, and started to fire in the city. Their objectives were not known although after having caused some damages, they left the City for an unknown destination.

Reporter questioning a Consortium Alliance probe droid in Theed

Sihivus Verne, leader of the Imperious was seen fighting alongside with the Disciples. She was captured by a third party already looking for her and delivered to the authority of Naboo.

The Senator of Theed, Moyet Illyriana Sunamoon, formely Kirkorian, claimed a victory in Theed, minimized the damages in the city and declined the medical assistance offer from the Jensaarai after the battle. Third party witness, including visitors from the Consortium Alliance and the captor of Sihivus Verne, however reported the Disciples of Ragnos defeated the defenders and left by their own before the reinforcement would arrive in Theed.

Their move is still unexplained and the whereabout of the Disciples is unknown. This last event leaves one signed claimant to the head of Naboo, who therefore might restore the civil peace in the planet.

— Daana Kira, Rakiko Lowtide

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  1. Concerned Citizen of the Galaxy
    April 19, 2012 at 7:28 AM

    *opens the holofeed and reds it setting down her drink then begins typing.*

    I do recall a similar thing happening on Mos Epsa a while back. D.o.R just deciding to up and blow their base up. I do not know about their financial issues but I do wonder where they get all this money from that they can just keep blowing kriffing buildings up and not answering for crimes against the people of the planets they do such attacks to.

    *places the holopad down and goes back to her morning drink.*

    • Sha'ira
      April 19, 2012 at 12:35 PM

      “These tactics have to be taking their toll on Disciples of Ragnos and without a bankroll from the Sith Empire who knows how long they can keep it up?”

  2. Xan Qenadius
    April 19, 2012 at 12:11 PM

    DOR always feels self-justified in everything they do. They feel they answer to now authority. I agree with the above statement though.

    • Concerned Citizen of the Galaxy
      April 19, 2012 at 1:19 PM

      *types to reply to the man*

      “Thinking one is self-justified never ends very well. In fact it tends to end in fire and destruction. A prime example was the battle of Yavin IV some time ago. I believe D.o.R had a hand in that as well. They were better back then. They will however have to end up answering to someone even if it might be their own people. They will not stand for such destruction for much longer. Just wait and see.”

      • ryanryanadams
        April 19, 2012 at 7:19 PM

        ((DOR had no part on that bro, it was all NTF ;P. ))

  3. Sin-Magir
    April 19, 2012 at 2:57 PM

    The Disciples of Ragnos are not Sith. They falsely use the name whilst understanding none of the ideology. They are bent upon mindless destruction for the gratification of only combat. I believe one of their leaders of old used to speak lies of being able to commune with the the Sith Lord Marka Ragnos at some stage. Ragnos would have no truck with these fools.

    Hear me now, followers of Sae’hal the Second. You have been led astray, you have been led from the true way of the Sith. You have been fooled into trusting the word of one who has no power, no understanding of the religion he so claims to be part of and possesses none of the discipline required to be of the Sith.

    • Shadow
      April 19, 2012 at 3:14 PM

      Totally agreed 🙂

    • Concerned Citizen of the Galaxy
      April 19, 2012 at 3:43 PM

      Sin-Magir :
      The Disciples of Ragnos are not Sith. They falsely use the name whilst understanding none of the ideology. They are bent upon mindless destruction for the gratification of only combat. I believe one of their leaders of old used to speak lies of being able to commune with the the Sith Lord Marka Ragnos at some stage. Ragnos would have no truck with these fools.

      “Is this done in the same fashion as the Jedi use that title to hide behind sith ideals and attack everyone they see? Or on the other hand do nothing at all? You speaks of ‘communeing’ with the dead when Jedi have their force ghosts and do actually do this in their enclaves.”

      Sin-Magir :
      Hear me now, followers of Sae’hal the Second. You have been led astray, you have been led from the true way of the Sith. You have been fooled into trusting the word of one who has no power, no understanding of the religion he so claims to be part of and possesses none of the discipline required to be of the Sith./blockquote>

      “Does anyone really hold power if they boast about it? The ones that you should worry about are the ones that do not speak of things. For example the Great Abyssus. You never see him going out of his way to show displays of his power yet he is one of the most feared men in the galaxy.”

      • Sin-Magir
        April 19, 2012 at 4:03 PM

        I have boasted nothing. Save for a fierce desire to see these fools crushed beneath the soles of the boots of all.

      • Concerned Citizen of the Galaxy
        April 20, 2012 at 7:03 AM

        “Not saying that you dear sir are boasting just that people do boast in general. I was only making observations bout how things work in the galaxy these days. Sith roam around saying what they have and ‘my fleet is bigger than yours’ syndrome. I just cannot begin to imagine why people would care if someone did decide to boast. As I said it’s the quiet ones you have to watch out for.”

  4. Sin-Magir
    April 20, 2012 at 8:24 AM

    Concerned Citizen of the Galaxy :
    “Not saying that you dear sir are boasting just that people do boast in general. I was only making observations bout how things work in the galaxy these days. Sith roam around saying what they have and ‘my fleet is bigger than yours’ syndrome. I just cannot begin to imagine why people would care if someone did decide to boast. As I said it’s the quiet ones you have to watch out for.”

    Concerned Citizen of the Galaxy :
    “Not saying that you dear sir are boasting just that people do boast in general. I was only making observations bout how things work in the galaxy these days. Sith roam around saying what they have and ‘my fleet is bigger than yours’ syndrome. I just cannot begin to imagine why people would care if someone did decide to boast. As I said it’s the quiet ones you have to watch out for.”

    As I stated earlier. They are not Sith.

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